Sino God Shen in China Shin in Japan Ham or Kam’s Grandson Sin a Son of Canaan Spread to East Asia During Ice Age


Japanese Shinto means god’s path (Shin tao), of Canaan’s son Sin, namesake of the Sinai, Sinkiang, Sino, and China, plausible considering Sin lived several hundred years, seen as a god as were others of the generations soon after Noah’s Flood. The Kami spirits of Shinto are named for progeny of Kam (Noah’s son Ham) who had moved to East Asia after the Tower of Babel, among them Ham’s grandson Sin.